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    ipv6 route

    Syntax

    ipv6 route [ vrf vrfName ] prefix { nextHop | interfaceType interfaceSpecifier } [ distance ] [ reject | discard ] [ tag tagVal ] [ verify bfd-liveness-detection [ minimum-interval minInterval | [ [ minimum-receive-interval minRecInterval ] [minimum-transmit-interval minTransInterval ] ] ] [ multiplier multValue ] ]

    no ipv6 route [ vrf vrfName ] prefix [ nextHop | interfaceType interfaceSpecifier ]
    [ distance ]

    Release Information

    Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.
    vrf keyword and vrfName variable added in JunosE Release 7.2.0.
    reject and discard keywords added in JunosE Release 12.0.0.
    tag keyword and tagVal variable added in JunosE Release 12.3.0.
    verify bfd-liveness-detection, minimum-interval, minimum-receive-interval, minimum-transmit-interval, and multiplier keywords added in JunosE Release 13.3.0.

    Description

    Configures a static IPv6 prefix route. The no version removes a static IPv6 prefix route.

    Options

    • vrfName—Name of the VRF; string of 1–32 alphanumeric characters
    • prefix—Combination of both a prefix and prefix length (mask) value. The prefix (IP address or network) defines the IPv6 interface or network. The prefix (mask) length of the IPv6 prefix is a decimal value that indicates how many of the high-order contiguous bits of the address comprise the prefix (the network portion of the address). A slash mark must precede the decimal value. An example of a prefix would be “7fff::0/16”, “7fff::0/32”, “7fff:2:3::0/24”, or “7fff::1/128”.
    • nextHop—IPv6 address of the next-hop to reach the destination prefix (network). The next-hop address need not be directly connected; recursion locates the physical next-hop.
    • interfaceType—Interface type; see Interface Types and Specifiers
    • interfaceSpecifier—Particular interface; format varies according to interface type; see Interface Types and Specifiers
    • distance—Preference value for the IPv6 route. A default value of 1 gives static routes precedence over any other type of route (with the exception of connected routes).
    • reject—Discards packets received on the static route for the specified interface that are not processed by the router and sends ICMP unreachable messages to the originator. This option is available only for null interfaces
    • discard—Discards packets received on the static route for the specified interface that are not processed by the router and does not send ICMP unreachable messages to the originator. This option is available only for null interfaces
    • tagVal—Number in the range 0–4294967295 that identifies the tag for this route; default value is 0
    • verify bfd-liveness-detection—Installs the static route in the routing table only if the next hop to the specified destination address is verifiable by means of BFD liveness detection
    • minInterval—Minimum proposed transmit interval and required receive interval for BFD control packets. It has the same effect as configuring the minimum receive interval and the minimum transmit interval to the same value. The range for the value is 100–65535 milliseconds except for ES2 4G LM, for which it is 10–65535 milliseconds. The default value is 300 milliseconds.
    • minRecInterval—Minimum interval at which the local peer must receive BFD control packets sent by the remote peer. The range for the value is 100–65535 milliseconds except for ES2 4G LM, for which it is 10–65535 milliseconds. The default value is 300 milliseconds.
    • minTransInterval—Minimum proposed interval between BFD control packets sent by the local peer. The range for the value is 100–65535 milliseconds except for ES2 4G LM, for which it is 10–65535 milliseconds. The default value is 300 milliseconds.
    • multValue—Detection multiplier value that the remote peer router multiplies by the local peer’s negotiated transmit interval to determine the remote peer’s BFD liveness detection interval. This value is equal to the number of BFD packets that can be missed before the BFD session is declared down. The range for the value is 1–255. The default value is 3.

    Mode

    Global Configuration

    Published: 2014-08-14